Op-Eds by Current Dartmouth Public Voices Fellows

The Dartmouth Public Voices Fellowship, an initiative launched in partnership with The OpEd Project, is dedicated to increasing the impact of the nation's top scholars. 

Op-Eds by Current Dartmouth Public Voices Fellows
 

Alexander Chee
Associate Professor of English

Alexander Chee's Guilty Reading Pleasure: Tom Ripley
Los Angeles Times, 8/3/17

Barbara Will
The A. and R. Newbury Professor of English and Associate Dean of the Arts and Humanities

Now America Has a Solar Eclipse to Match Its Dark Mood
The Guardian, 8/21/17

Shocking Detainment of French Holocaust Scholar
Garnet News, 3/8/17

Brenda Sirovich
Associate Professor of Medicine and Community and Family Medicine, and of the Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine

A Disturbing Truth About Medical School — and America's Future Doctors
The Washington Post, 5/8/17

Chelsey Kivland 
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Why Not All Crimes by Immigrants Should Lead to Deportation 
Take Care Blog, 6/23/17

Is the Developed World We’ve Created Giving Us Cancer?
The Conversation, 6/4/17

Eesha Sharma
Associate Professor of Business Administration and the Paul E. Raether Tuck '73 Faculty Fellow at the Tuck School of Business

Here's a Way for You to Get a Better Handle on Debt
MarketWatch, 8/22/17

Feeling Wealthy? How Your Tax Refund (or Payment) Is Influencing You.
The Huffington Post, 4/26/17

Gail Ayala Taylor
Clinical Professor of Business Administration and Research Scholar at the Tuck School of Business

The Best College Graduation Gift Ever: Success on the First Job 
The Huffington Post, 7/5/17

Ivy Schweitzer
Professor of English and of Women’s and Gender Studies

Who Doesn't Love a Wall?
Los Angeles Review of Books, 7/14/17

Friendship as Civic Democratic Practice
Los Angeles Review of Books, 4/15/17

Julie Kim
Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Geisel School of Medicine

Why this Tiger Mother Supports Affirmative Action
Inside Higher Ed, 8/13/17

To Diversify Med Schools, Focus on Completion
Inside Higher Ed, 8/6/17

Cancer Is Not the Biggest Threat to My Pediatric Patients. It Is Their Parents’ Addictions.
The Huffington Post, 7/24/17

My Father's Heartbreaking Return to North Korea
Salon, 7/3/17

Our President Offered to Help Charlie Gard. Is This an About Face on His American Health Care Act?
The Huffington Post, 5/3/17

When the Patient is a Racist
The Health Care Blog, 4/8/17

The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen: 4/21/17 (Interview)
WNHN 94.7’s The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen, 4/21/17

Moving Beyond Confucianism
The Huffington Post, 4/25/17

Kathryn Kirkland
The Dorothy and John J. Byrne, Jr., Distinguished Chair in Palliative Medicine; Professor of Medicine and of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine

Stop Telling People They're Fighters Who Will 'Beat' Their Unsurvivable Disease
USA Today, 8/28/17

Why I Encourage My Seriously Ill Patients to Imagine the Worst
WBUR, 5/29/17

Finding Joy in Practice: Cocreation in Palliative Care
JAMA, 5/23/17

When Doctors Should Ignore End-of-Life Directives
Next Avenue, 4/17/17

Kathryn Lively
Professor of Sociology

U.S. Leads In Childhood Obesity
Garnet News, 7/12/17

America’s Drug Of Choice: It’s Not What You Think
The Huffington Post, 4/5/17

Klaus Mladek
Associate Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature

Gorsuch and the Crisis of Poetic Justice
The Huffington Post, 5/5/17

Laura McPherson
Assistant Professor of Linguistics

Greater Recognition of Africa's Invisible Female Entrepreneurs Needed
Women's eNews, 5/4/17

Megan Adamson
Assistant Professor of Medicine and of Community and Family Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine

Whether or Not Republicans Are Able to Replace Obamacare …
The Health Care Blog
, 6/25/17

Melanie Benson Taylor
Chair and Associate Professor of Native American Studies

The Convenient Indian: How Activists Get Native Americans Wrong
Los Angeles Review of Books, 4/9/17

Petra McGillen
Assistant Professor of German Studies

Techniques of 19th-Century Fake News Reporter Teach Us Why We Fall for It Today
The Conversation, 4/5/17

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